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How to Build a Car
Newey has worked in both Formula One and IndyCar racing as a race engineer , aerodynamicist , designer and technical director and enjoyed success in both categories. Considered one of the best engineers in Formula One, Newey's designs have won numerous titles and over Grands Prix. With ten Constructors' Championships he has won more than any other designer and is the only designer to have won constructors' titles with three different Formula One teams, while six different drivers have won the Drivers' Championship driving Newey's designs. After designing championship-winning Formula One cars for Williams F1 and McLaren , Newey moved to Red Bull Racing in , his cars winning the Formula One drivers' and constructors' championships consecutively from to Immediately after graduation he began working in motor sport for the Fittipaldi Formula One team under Harvey Postlethwaite.
How to Build a Car is an amazing autobiography and technology book in which the author gives the tips for building and racing the Formula 1 car. This book is the masterpiece for the aficionados of F1. Apart from that it also attracts the engineers and the people interested in automotive can also take advantage of it.
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Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type. He is ultra competitive but never forgets to have fun. An immensely likeable man. The world's foremost designer in Formula One, Adrian Newey OBE is arguably one of Britain's greatest engineers and this is his fascinating, powerful memoir. How to Build a Car explores the story of Adrian's unrivalled year career in Formula One through the prism of the cars he has designed, the drivers he has worked alongside and the races in which he's been involved. A true engineering genius, even in adolescence Adrian's thoughts naturally emerged in shape and form - he began sketching his own car designs at the age of 12 and took a welding course in his school summer holidays.